IN STORE SHOPPING + Curbside Hours
🥳 We are now OPEN for in-store shopping on Wednesdays and Saturdays! There can be only be three shoppers in the Garden at a time due to current capacity limitations. When you arrive, please call or step inside and wait for us to check capacity. If we are at capacity, please wait outside (still observing social distancing) for someone to leave or for one of us to wave you in.
If you would feel more comfortable with a private shopping appointment, please send me a message or call the shop during the hours listed below and I will be happy to schedule an appointment.
To help keep us healthy and the Garden our happy place, please read the following guidelines:
😷 Wear a mask. If this makes you uncomfortable, we are happy to provide you with curbside service and/or window shopping.
🤟 Please use hand sanitizer upon entering. It is located right inside both doors, at the counter, and in the bathroom. Better yet, wash your hands.
🦶🦶🦶🦶🦶🦶 Observe social distancing and keep 6 feet between yourself and others in the Garden.
Thank you so much for your patience, support, and grace during this transition period. Operating our business in a completely new way has had its challenges and we appreciate your willingness to change with us!
Whether you are a brand new stitcher or a veteran to the craft, taking a class in the Barnyard at YG is a great way to explore the magic of creating with sticks and string! The Garden hosts a variety of classes, from beginner all the way up to the most advanced techniques. Click here to see the current calendar!
Take a stroll through the virtual Garden and browse the collection of yarns that Lindsay has brought together, as well as the tools and gadgets to make your crafting a breeze.
Peruse the library of patterns that Lindsay has designed, and get inspired to create your own functional art.
Follow this path into the Blog if you like to create art with sticks and string, read reviews of new yarns and other tools, see peeks into life at the Garden, and don’t mind reading the occasional observations of a wife, mother, artist, and small business owner.